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Devaka started programming with Pascal and BASIC languages when he was 13, and he has been coding with Java since 2003. Devaka got his bachelor's in computer science from the University of Moratuwa, and currently holds SCJP, SCWCD, and SCBCD certifications. He is mostly known as the author of ExamLab , which is a popular exam simulator for SCJP certification.
When he is not wrangling with his JavaEE and enterprise projects, he likes to play with sneaky web application security stuff.
More about Devaka can be found at his website http://www.devakacooray.com/
Devaka was made a Bartender in 2010, was promoted to Sheriff in 2015 , and was made a Marshal in 2015 Email
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Recent posts by Devaka Cooray

We deployed a new version of the forum software. Here's what's new:

  • Devaka - shark tank trap door mechanism adjustment
  • Devaka - add more long range sensors with better accuracy
  • Devaka - refill the main wetwell suppression pools
  • Devaka - re-calibration of the carbonite freezer
  • Devaka - On-post guest reply buttons
  • Devaka - electricity made 178% efficient by replacing fluorescent bulbs with incandescent bulbs in cabin 12
  • Devaka - more quantum detectors installed to capture remote brainstem activities
  • Devaka - add more type-x phaser arrays to the galaxy-class ship
  • Devaka - alligator pit expansion
  • Devaka - added to level 5 diagnostic for long range sensors
  • Devaka - Send notifications when DX5 and in-email ads are about to expire, and after expired.
  • Devaka - fix vacuum engine in a quantum torpedo
  • Devaka - UI improvements to the edit profile page
  • Devaka - People without pie can see pie-only preferences
  • Devaka - Make the pie-highlight button visible to people without pie
  • Devaka - Let people without pie see the pie category in the list of categories.
  • Devaka - Prevent bad URLs from causing CSRF errors and changing CSRF tokens
  • Devaka - fine-tune the lorentz force in the main z-pinch system
  • Devaka - main engine reconnected to another electron pump
  • Devaka - upgrade aft shields
  • Devaka - fix the broken liquid scintillation counter
  • Devaka - refill lithium deuteride in the external pulsed plasma propulsion
  • Devaka - thinking cap rebuilt to use batteries instead of gasoline
  • Devaka - Fix bug where cow notification emails used old thread titles.
  • Devaka - Refactor the logic for updating thread boost views
  • Devaka - clean up the broken indium phosphide crystals
  • Devaka - add more plasma-squeezing transformers to the magnetic confinement fusion reactor
  • Devaka - corrected a 5.39x10⁻⁴⁴ seconds offset found in the main atomic clock
  • Devaka - combine a bunch of shark tanks to make a big one
  • Devaka - Fix bug where specifying a timestamp on youtube URLs prevented it from rendering
  • Devaka - add one photon cannon to the runabout
  • Devaka - float_left and float_right bb tags
  • Devaka - safety cover installed over self destruct button
  • Devaka - Fix NPE with similar thread generation
  • Devaka - capture some unstable isotopes of bismuth
  • Devaka - shark tank expansion
  • Devaka - replaced some of the polymer solar cells with organic solar cells
  • Devaka - Fix bug with duplicate user sessions
  • Devaka - increase the magnetic field intensity of the primary cyclotron
  • Devaka - shielded the primary shuttle from the messier 83 gamma ray burst
2 weeks ago
Hot dog! We just deployed a new release of the forum software that runs Coderanch.

Noticed the new menu bar? Here are some other changes it contains:

  • Devaka - Show effectively expired thread boost factors as expired
  • Devaka - Increase the default timeout of login links to 10 days
  • Devaka - improve the water cooling system
  • Devaka - enhance plasma synthesis to make the production of artificial atoms more efficient
  • Devaka - fix the hypersonic scramjet
  • Devaka - shielded the primary shuttle from the messier 83 gamma ray burst
  • Devaka - fix the droid that was secretly malfunctioning
  • Devaka - add more lithium-7 coolant to the main reactor
  • Devaka - rewire cabin 12 to facilitate a hologram projector
  • Devaka - fix the broken liquid scintillation counter
  • Devaka - corrected a 5.39x10⁻⁴⁴ seconds offset found in the main atomic clock
  • Devaka - add more tritium to the main engine
  • Devaka - re-calibration of the carbonite freezer
  • Devaka - added to level 5 diagnostic for long range sensors
  • Devaka - upgrade the self-destruct button with a weirdly bigger one
  • Devaka - alligator pit expansion
  • Devaka - fix the launch button so it won't get 'pressed' abruptly.
  • Devaka - connect the lightning rod to the top of the clock tower
  • Devaka - refill the main wetwell suppression pools
  • Devaka - strengthen the intensity of main ultrasonic transducers
  • Devaka - Staging page for login links
  • Devaka - Login link staging page - CSS fix for firefox
  • Devaka - make precise simultaneous burn in tripropellant rocket system
  • Devaka - alligator pit trap door mechanism adjustment
  • Devaka - temporary jump jets added to escape pod 7
  • Devaka - replaced some of the polymer solar cells with organic solar cells
  • Devaka - capture some unstable isotopes of bismuth
  • Devaka - shark tank trap door mechanism adjustment
  • Devaka - refilled the main beta particle emitter with copper-64 isotope
  • Devaka - connect more solar cells to the undervolt main B bus
  • Devaka - lava routed to a lower level, opening up three more bunk rooms for henchmen
  • Devaka - increase the magnetic field intensity of the primary cyclotron
  • Devaka - thinking cap rebuilt to use batteries instead of gasoline
  • Devaka - clean out the kraken cave
  • Devaka - optimize stellarator to produce more plasma
  • Devaka - boost the main engine thrust by a magnitude of 3.14
  • Devaka - primary weapon made 4% more efficient
  • Devaka - refill lithium deuteride in the external pulsed plasma propulsion
  • Devaka - add more long range sensors with better accuracy
  • Devaka - replace electrodes of the gridded ion thruster
  • Devaka - donuts cleared out of torpedo tube 3 so we don't get ants
  • Devaka - center and right bb tags
  • Devaka - enhance the main gas turbine modular helium reactor
  • Devaka - Make internal links with hash open within the same tab.
  • Devaka - add more plasma-squeezing transformers to the magnetic confinement fusion reactor
  • Devaka - fishing the gross goo out of the carbonite freezer after a boo-boo
  • Devaka - add more type-x phaser arrays to the galaxy-class ship
  • Devaka - install new aneutronic fusion system
  • Devaka - shark tank expansion
  • Devaka - fix vacuum engine in a quantum torpedo
  • Devaka - fix beam-powered propulsion in one of our pulse detonation engines
  • Devaka - removed the dead tribbles from shuttle pod 7
  • Devaka - add more sensors to the main reactor so we can monitor it more 'closely'
  • Devaka - reworked the AI of HAL 9000
  • Devaka - "be nice" wording change
  • Devaka - main engine reconnected to another electron pump
  • Devaka - clean up the broken indium phosphide crystals
  • Devaka - No more automatic pie after the first one.
  • Devaka - dilithium crystal calibration
  • Devaka - more quantum detectors installed to capture remote brainstem activities
  • Devaka - Ability to send pie on a post without logging in.
  • Devaka - robot goat army finally has actual targeting so THAT won't happen again
  • Devaka - cleaned that weird goo out of transporter room 2
  • Devaka - Add pie link to the main menu for non-logged in users
  • Devaka - add one photon cannon to the runabout
  • Devaka - Improved menu bar
  • Devaka - Pie feature to let the menu bar scroll with the page
  • Devaka - Various improvements to the menu bar
  • Devaka - Search box on the menu bar defaults to forum search on forums
  • Devaka - bring the flux capacitor online
  • Devaka - fine-tune the lorentz force in the main z-pinch system
  • Devaka - improve the performance of distributed bragg reflector
  • Devaka - fix the broken vacuum beam lines in the primary electrostatic nuclear accelerator
  • Devaka - Deprecate recent topics
  • Devaka - Recent topics is now a pie-only feature
  • Devaka - undocked the command module from the secret mission module
  • Devaka - found the droids we were looking for
3 months ago
CodeGym: Online Tutorial to Learn Java
CodeGym

Are you learning Java? Try CodeGym, an online platform for future Java professionals.

CodeGym is one of the best options to learn Java online in an interactive way with a lot of practice.

You can try it for free right now or use a special promo code ‘CODERANCH’ to get a 50% discount on a yearly subscription plan**.




What is CodeGym?  

  • An interactive online Core Java Course, focused on practice with 1200+ coding tasks of varying complexity with code validation and virtual mentor support
  • IntellijIDEA plugin that is built into the development environment, and you can complete CodeGym tasks directly in IDEA
  • Huge Community of Java beginners and specialists to help each other to learn
  • Articles about Java, programming learning, job searching, passing interviews, tech trends, and so on  (in addition to the main course lectures)
  • Games section: try to create one of 8 (for today) classic video games using step-by-step interactive tutorials (free of charge).
  • Handy Android mobile app to learn java on the go
  • Available in English, German, Polish, French, Chinese, and Hindi languages.



  • Who can be a CodeGym student?

  • Absolute newbie
  • The one who tried Java a little bit
  • Who want to recall core Java  
  • Who continue their learning
  • Programmers who know other languages
  • For manual QA specialists who want to learn Java to create tests  



  • CodeGym reviews on G2

    See this review on G2


    How is the learning going?

    At the beginning you and your CodeGym alter ego (it’s automaton called Amigo) have a zero level. You start to read the first lectures and solve the first tasks. For each task you get dark matter points, which can be spent on opening new lectures and moving to the next level. Thus, you pump your Java knowledge and Amigo levels from zero to 40.

    You can solve the problems through the CodeGym website or right in IntelliJ IDEA. You solve the task, and submit it for review. If all is well, you get the dark matter points. If not, the virtual platform sends you hints as to what might be wrong. If you can't solve the problem, just skip it and return later. Or click on the help button, this will take you to a page where students and specialists help each other with Java-related questions.


    What type of tasks does CodeGym have?

    CodeGym contains Core Java programming tasks of varying complexity

  • Easy tasks for learning and consolidating theory
  • Tasks for ingenuity and finding a solution
  • Fixing bugs in the code
  • Refactoring
  • Adding new features
  • Projects (e.g. ATM emulator, link shortener, job aggregator),
  • Game projects (simple shooter, arkanoid and snake clones, sokoban and others)



  • codegym reviews

    See this review on G2


    Is CodeGym free?

    A large team is working on the course every day, to constantly improve its quality, to support it, and replenish it with new features and high-quality content. That’s why the course is paid. You can purchase an annual or monthly subscription. However, the level-zero is free to complete. The Games section is also free, as well as the Articles section.

    Use** a special promo code ‘CODERANCH’ to get a 50% discount on a yearly subscription plan and start your Java developer way!

    **To activate promo code, please contact the CodeGym support team after registration and before payment.  





    4 months ago
    CodeGym: Online Tutorial to Learn Java
    CodeGym

    Are you learning Java? Try CodeGym, an online platform for future Java professionals.

    CodeGym is one of the best options to learn Java online in an interactive way with a lot of practice.

    You can try it for free right now or use a special promo code ‘CODERANCH’ to get a 50% discount on a yearly subscription plan**.




    What is CodeGym?  

  • An interactive online Core Java Course, focused on practice with 1200+ coding tasks of varying complexity with code validation and virtual mentor support
  • IntellijIDEA plugin that is built into the development environment, and you can complete CodeGym tasks directly in IDEA
  • Huge Community of Java beginners and specialists to help each other to learn
  • Articles about Java, programming learning, job searching, passing interviews, tech trends, and so on  (in addition to the main course lectures)
  • Games section: try to create one of 8 (for today) classic video games using step-by-step interactive tutorials (free of charge).
  • Handy Android mobile app to learn java on the go
  • Available in English, German, Polish, French, Chinese, and Hindi languages.



  • Who can be a CodeGym student?

  • Absolute newbie
  • The one who tried Java a little bit
  • Who want to recall core Java  
  • Who continue their learning
  • Programmers who know other languages
  • For manual QA specialists who want to learn Java to create tests  



  • CodeGym reviews on G2

    See this review on G2


    How is the learning going?

    At the beginning you and your CodeGym alter ego (it’s automaton called Amigo) have a zero level. You start to read the first lectures and solve the first tasks. For each task you get dark matter points, which can be spent on opening new lectures and moving to the next level. Thus, you pump your Java knowledge and Amigo levels from zero to 40.

    You can solve the problems through the CodeGym website or right in IntelliJ IDEA. You solve the task, and submit it for review. If all is well, you get the dark matter points. If not, the virtual platform sends you hints as to what might be wrong. If you can't solve the problem, just skip it and return later. Or click on the help button, this will take you to a page where students and specialists help each other with Java-related questions.


    What type of tasks does CodeGym have?

    CodeGym contains Core Java programming tasks of varying complexity

  • Easy tasks for learning and consolidating theory
  • Tasks for ingenuity and finding a solution
  • Fixing bugs in the code
  • Refactoring
  • Adding new features
  • Projects (e.g. ATM emulator, link shortener, job aggregator),
  • Game projects (simple shooter, arkanoid and snake clones, sokoban and others)



  • codegym reviews

    See this review on G2


    Is CodeGym free?

    A large team is working on the course every day, to constantly improve its quality, to support it, and replenish it with new features and high-quality content. That’s why the course is paid. You can purchase an annual or monthly subscription. However, the level-zero is free to complete. The Games section is also free, as well as the Articles section.

    Use** a special promo code ‘CODERANCH’ to get a 50% discount on a yearly subscription plan and start your Java developer way!

    **To activate promo code, please contact the CodeGym support team after registration and before payment.  





    4 months ago
    Jack, have some cows for reporting this bug!

    It has been fixed.
    5 months ago
    We just deployed a new version of the forum software. Here is what it contains:

    • connect more solar cells to the undervolt main B bus
    • enhance the main gas turbine modular helium reactor
    • Various fixes and improvements to the banner tracker page
    • New terminate button on thread boost page
    • Floating guest reply button.
    • increase the magnetic field intensity of the primary cyclotron
    • Mobile version for the landing page after sign up
    • shielded the primary shuttle from the messier 83 gamma ray burst
    • Show landing page after publishing guest post
    • combine a bunch of shark tanks to make a big one
    • lava routed to a lower level, opening up three more bunk rooms for henchmen
    • add more long range sensors with better accuracy
    • Mobile multibanner banner placement
    • fishing the gross goo out of the carbonite freezer after a boo-boo
    • strengthen the intensity of main ultrasonic transducers
    • corrected a 5.39x10⁻⁴⁴ seconds offset found in the main atomic clock
    • optimize stellarator to produce more plasma
    • fix the broken liquid scintillation counter
    • safety cover installed over self destruct button
    • rewire cabin 12 to facilitate a hologram projector
    • primary weapon made 4% more efficient
    • Guest payments for DX5 ads
    • fine-tune the lorentz force in the main z-pinch system
    • enhance plasma synthesis to make the production of artificial atoms more efficient
    • re-calibration of the carbonite freezer
    • alligator pit trap door mechanism adjustment
    • robot goat army finally has actual targeting so THAT won't happen again
    • Major improvement to the cBook mobile view
    • cBook zoom buttons show up only on mouse hover
    • refill lithium deuteride in the external pulsed plasma propulsion
    • thinking cap rebuilt to use batteries instead of gasoline
    • refilled the main beta particle emitter with copper-64 isotope
    • added to level 5 diagnostic for long range sensors
    • Fix issues with merit badge ranking
    • Allow merit badges to be in any dimensions
    • reworked the AI of HAL 9000
    • Increase the batch size of digest email
    • add more type-x phaser arrays to the galaxy-class ship
    • clean up the broken indium phosphide crystals
    • Allow non-staff users with f-codes to create cbooks
    • reset the dart launchers in the cave labyrinth
    • fix the broken vacuum beam lines in the primary electrostatic nuclear accelerator
    • found the droids we were looking for
    • improve the water cooling system
    • alligator pit expansion
    • Fix bug where inviting people to a private forum didn't send out any email
    • fix beam-powered propulsion in one of our pulse detonation engines
    • After signing up, show a list of private forums the user was added to
    • add more lithium-7 coolant to the main reactor
    • Show a more detailed message after all email addresses are added to a private forum.
    • After signing up, show a note about "my stuff" if the user already has access to any premium stuff
    • Shorter login links
    • Fix bug where splitting wiki posts didn't leave a note about the split.
    • bring the flux capacitor online
    • improve the performance of distributed bragg reflector
    • refill the main wetwell suppression pools
    • replace electrodes of the gridded ion thruster
    • fix the droid that was secretly malfunctioning
    • Fix bug where nestedlist indentation didn't work on mobile view
    • upgrade aft shields
    • temporary jump jets added to escape pod 7
    • fix the lithium-based cooling system
    • main engine reconnected to another electron pump
    • add more sensors to the main reactor so we can monitor it more 'closely'
    • add one photon cannon to the runabout
    • rewire the main transformer so we won't get electrocuted
    • electricity made 178% efficient by replacing fluorescent bulbs with incandescent bulbs in cabin 12
    • more quantum detectors installed to capture remote brainstem activities
    • shark tank trap door mechanism adjustment
    • replaced some of the polymer solar cells with organic solar cells
    • Show the number of 'more' secondary forums at the right
    • fix the hypersonic scramjet
    • cleaned that weird goo out of transporter room 2
    • fix the launch button so it won't get 'pressed' abruptly.
    • shark tank expansion
    • Thumbs down without pie redirects to buy pie
    • Anchor names to jump to the location of a minimized post.
    • clean out the kraken cave
    • install new aneutronic fusion system
    • add more plasma-squeezing transformers to the magnetic confinement fusion reactor
    • connect the lightning rod to the top of the clock tower
    • upgrade some valveless pulsejet systems
    • Set auto login on users who log in from dailyish subscriptions
    • undocked the command module from the secret mission module
    • add more boron control rods to the secondary nuclear reactor
    • Performance improvement on thread boost pages
    • Banner tracker performance improvement
    • Fix bug where changing bumper stickers may cause errors
    • Enable bumper stickers by default and for all
    7 months ago


    Data breaches have become more and more common in recent years. The costs of data breaches have continued to increase with targeted attacks becoming widespread.

    Today, attacks can range from small-scale hacks targeting financial institutions to huge data breaches that lead to the loss of consumer data. At the middle of it all are vulnerable companies that store huge amounts of customer data.

    There is no definitive figure of just how much data breaches cost companies but recent records have shown that several million dollars are lost on average.


    It is possible to mitigate losses associated with data breaches

    Experts in the data security realm argue that companies can easily prevent the huge losses that come as a result of data breaches. While the lawsuits and legal processes will ultimately lead to lost resources, taking proactive measures to prevent common attacks can save a company lots of cash. Pundits say that simple investments in security tools is the ultimate solution for the long-term.

    The great thing about investing in security and privacy infrastructure is that the market is open for all kinds of clients. According to this TorGuard review, there is no limitation when it comes to total security. It only takes good investment from a company to achieve top-notch security. VPN use is a must if you want to avoid cybersecurity issues in the current world.


    Data breaches can be costly when national entities are involved



    Mitigation of common attacks is possible for the regular company. In some instances though, there is often an organized set of attacks performed to a nation by an enemy nation. In such cases, only a coordinated approach is sufficient to safeguard the data of consumers. Companies have recently been faced with new regulatory measures as governments get involved in national cybersecurity response programs.

    Large-scale breaches are not very common but those that have happened in recent times have left huge impacts on the digital realm as a whole - to the tune of 8.19 million on average per attack.


    The cost of data breaches extends beyond financial losses

    For most companies, a data breach does not mean the loss of money only. There are various aspects of the company that are damaged after a successful attack. Big organizations are particularly most worried about their reputation in the market. The negative consequences of an attack on a reputable brand extends for many years. Customers are likely to shun such a company long after the occurrence of an attack. Reputation management is thus a costly affair for big brands that have been victims of cyber attacks.


    A proactive approach can reduce the likelihood of attacks



    As unlikely as it might seem, the solutions for organizations that might be targets of data breaches lie in the formulas that have worked in the consumer market. Services like VPN protection have been tested and proven to be crucial for reducing instances of attacks. As mentioned earlier, the flexibility of such services is also admirable. Consumers looking to cancel TorGuard and refund their payment could be done within minuteswithout much hassle.

    Consumers are also able to choose between different plans that have been in the market for a while. Companies looking to prevent data breaches should consider exploring options when it comes to infrastructure for a more secure environment.
    10 months ago


    Data breaches have become more and more common in recent years. The costs of data breaches have continued to increase with targeted attacks becoming widespread.

    Today, attacks can range from small-scale hacks targeting financial institutions to huge data breaches that lead to the loss of consumer data. At the middle of it all are vulnerable companies that store huge amounts of customer data.

    There is no definitive figure of just how much data breaches cost companies but recent records have shown that several million dollars are lost on average.


    It is possible to mitigate losses associated with data breaches

    Experts in the data security realm argue that companies can easily prevent the huge losses that come as a result of data breaches. While the lawsuits and legal processes will ultimately lead to lost resources, taking proactive measures to prevent common attacks can save a company lots of cash. Pundits say that simple investments in security tools is the ultimate solution for the long-term.

    The great thing about investing in security and privacy infrastructure is that the market is open for all kinds of clients. According to this TorGuard review, there is no limitation when it comes to total security. It only takes good investment from a company to achieve top-notch security. VPN use is a must if you want to avoid cybersecurity issues in the current world.


    Data breaches can be costly when national entities are involved



    Mitigation of common attacks is possible for the regular company. In some instances though, there is often an organized set of attacks performed to a nation by an enemy nation. In such cases, only a coordinated approach is sufficient to safeguard the data of consumers. Companies have recently been faced with new regulatory measures as governments get involved in national cybersecurity response programs.

    Large-scale breaches are not very common but those that have happened in recent times have left huge impacts on the digital realm as a whole - to the tune of 8.19 million on average per attack.


    The cost of data breaches extends beyond financial losses

    For most companies, a data breach does not mean the loss of money only. There are various aspects of the company that are damaged after a successful attack. Big organizations are particularly most worried about their reputation in the market. The negative consequences of an attack on a reputable brand extends for many years. Customers are likely to shun such a company long after the occurrence of an attack. Reputation management is thus a costly affair for big brands that have been victims of cyber attacks.


    A proactive approach can reduce the likelihood of attacks



    As unlikely as it might seem, the solutions for organizations that might be targets of data breaches lie in the formulas that have worked in the consumer market. Services like VPN protection have been tested and proven to be crucial for reducing instances of attacks. As mentioned earlier, the flexibility of such services is also admirable. Consumers looking to cancel TorGuard and refund their payment could be done within minuteswithout much hassle.

    Consumers are also able to choose between different plans that have been in the market for a while. Companies looking to prevent data breaches should consider exploring options when it comes to infrastructure for a more secure environment.
    10 months ago
    The amazing staff-like people of coderanch, who volunteer their time and efforts to make this a wonderful place, have always been the prime ingredient in our success! Of course, this is especially true for our "saloon keepers" - the most active bartenders at any given time.

    While all our saloon keepers make tremendously helpful contributions to the ranch, there was this one guy who has really been going above and beyond in what he does:

         Ron McLeod

    In recognition of his contributions, we have decided to promote Ron to the rank of Sheriff !

    Please join me in congratulating the new sheriff in town!
    11 months ago
    We just deployed a new release of the forum software.

    New features:

    • Devaka - undocked the command module from the secret mission module
    • Devaka - completed another round of 3C273 quasar flyby
    • Devaka - clean up the broken indium phosphide crystals
    • Devaka - enhance plasma synthesis to make the production of artificial atoms more efficient
    • Devaka - fix the broken vacuum beam lines in the primary electrostatic nuclear accelerator
    • Devaka - replaced some of the polymer solar cells with organic solar cells
    • Devaka - more quantum detectors installed to capture remote brainstem activities
    • Devaka - alligator pit trap door mechanism adjustment
    • Devaka - Make youtube tags work with mobile youtube URLs
    • Devaka - thinking cap rebuilt to use batteries instead of gasoline
    • Devaka - Ability to reply before logging in
    • Devaka - temporary jump jets added to escape pod 7
    • Devaka - Fix bug where recent threads list didn't update after name change
    • Devaka - refill lithium deuteride in the external pulsed plasma propulsion
    • Devaka - mobile view for login page
    • Devaka - Mobile UI for the page after sign up
    • Devaka - shielded the primary shuttle from the messier 83 gamma ray burst
    • Devaka - Increase the lifetime of login links and guest posts to 24 hours
    • Devaka - rewire cabin 12 to facilitate a hologram projector
    • Devaka - add more boron control rods to the secondary nuclear reactor
    • Devaka - improve the performance of distributed bragg reflector
    • Devaka - refilled the main beta particle emitter with copper-64 isotope
    • Devaka - found the droids we were looking for
    1 year ago
    Here are some of the new features that we just deployed!
    • Liutauras - main engine reconnected to another electron pump
    • Liutauras - reset the dart launchers in the cave labyrinth
    • Ron - Use time parameters in YouTube link (if present) to allow video to start and end at specified times
    • Liutauras - shark tank expansion
    • Devaka - bring the flux capacitor online
    • Devaka - replace electrodes of the gridded ion thruster
    • Devaka - improve the performance of distributed bragg reflector
    • Devaka - Automatically set alt on uploaded images when a caption was given
    • Devaka - Hide some of the post action buttons under an ellipsis button
    • Devaka - Ability for users to change the alt, caption, title, and filename of images on their own posts
    • Devaka - replaced some of the polymer solar cells with organic solar cells
    • Devaka - thinking cap rebuilt to use batteries instead of gasoline
    1 year ago
    • Liutauras - fine-tune the lorentz force in the main z-pinch system
    • Devaka - cosmetic text changes on signup page
    • Devaka - Make terms agreement optional when a display name is not provided
    • Devaka - Solving a captcha is required only when a display name is provided
    • Devaka - alligator pit trap door mechanism adjustment
    • Devaka - "Agree to terms" checkbox is unchecked by default
    • Devaka - When a password-less user tries to log in with a wrong password, send them a login link
    • Devaka - lava routed to a lower level, opening up three more bunk rooms for henchmen
    • Devaka - strengthen the intensity of main ultrasonic transducers
    1 year ago
    • Jeanne - reworked the AI of HAL 9000
    • Devaka - Fix bug where people couldn't delete purple mooseages
    • Devaka - boost the main engine thrust by a magnitude of 3.14
    • Devaka - One-click login links
    • Devaka - safety cover installed over self destruct button
    • Devaka - Fix broken link in the password reset message
    • Devaka - Fix bug when attempting to reset passwords with secondary emails
    • Devaka - strengthen the intensity of main ultrasonic transducers
    1 year ago